Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Tuesday's Update

Amber says, "Yesterday Zack had his first day of rehab. His routine includes occupational therapy in the morning (relearning life skills such as eating, bathing, dressing, etc.) and physical therapy in the afternoon. He likes the physical therapy. Zack also has a private room, which is great!"

4 comments:

  1. Zack, so many people are praying. I asked my sister-in-law, Mary Chawinga, to pray. She lives in Blantyre, Malawi, Central Africa. She e-mailed saying that every Saturday she joins with the women from her church to pray for others. They are now praying for you, clear from the other side of the earth. God will see you through. He will be your strength.

    With love and prayers,
    Jane

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  2. Hi Zack,

    We are happy to hear you like the new place. Congrats on the private room. They gave a great room to great guy:)Keep pressing in and be strong. Work hard and stay focused. We are continually praying a quick and complete recovery, comfort, peace, strength, faith, thanksgiving and for Gods abundant grace to cover and carry you and your wondeful family through this very tough time. Keep looking up! God Bless.

    We love you,

    The Browns

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  3. Kim Clack (Kevin's mom)June 15, 2010 at 11:44 AM

    Zack, that's awesome that you have your own room. We are thinking of you and praying for you every day. We"ll come see you soon and check out your new room. Hope you have a great day today.

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  4. Hi Zack,

    Congrats on the private room and great location. They provided a great room for a great guy:) We want to encourage you to work hard and stay focused. Be strong and stay positive as so many people are behind you and for you. We continually pray for your timely and complete recovery, strength, faith, comfort, peace, joy, thanksgiving and that God's abounding grace would flow over you and your wonderful family during this tough time and always. Keep Pressing In and never stop.
    We love you Zack!

    Souled Out,

    The Brown Family

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